Learn to survive
Infant swimming resource (ISR). The best way to reduce the risk of drowning
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They are infants or children up to six years and they cannot swim. But if by accident, anyone of them falls into a pool, a stream or a lake they do not go to the bottom. They know exactly what to do not to drown. And for those who think these kids have an innate talent, they are making a mistake. Long before they can swim, they train diving into the water again and again: front, back, on their heads, sideways, with winter coats, scarves and boots, or only with diapers.

They learned by training between four and eight weeks with Estela Florindo, the only instructor in Europe that teaches the aquatic survival techniques known as Infant Swimming Resource (ISR).